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don't care how anybody looks at it. >> reporter: we first met wal-mart employee dan hindman earlier this week. a sales associate in electronics he was once the employee of the month. but today he walked off his job to protest what he says are wal-mart's low wages and high health insurance premiums. so what do you think you're risking by being out here today? >> i'm not worried about the risk. i'm protected. i have a right to stand up for what's right and so does everyone else. >> reporter: it's that "everyone else" that has wal-mart suspicious. the company says few of the demonstrators were actually striking employees but outside people pressuring the company to unionize. >> in many of those locations no wal-mart associates took place. we had roughly the same number of call ins than we had last year. >> reporter: while there were a handful of arrests, wal-mart said the protest had no effect on black friday sales. in fact, the company said it was the best black friday on record. dan hindman says it's time, though, that the employees get rewarded for at least some of wal-mart's succes
, nearly 11 million women in the u.s. are on the pill. gynecologists dan grossman's research led to today's recommendation that oral contraceptives be made available over the counter to reduce the risk of unwanted pregnancies. >> we have over 50 years of experience with oral contraceptives now and it's one of the best studied medications that's around so we know it's incredibly safe. >> reporter: about half of all pregnancies are unintended-- a rate that has not changed in 20 years. nearly five million women considered at-risk for an unintended pregnancy do not use any kind of birth control. >> women who aren't currently use any type of contraception or who are using a less-effective method might start using the pill. and also it could make the pill easier to get for women who are already taking it and prevent gaps in use. >> reporter: ann mahan is a >> reporter: ann mahan is a registered nurse and director of the student health clinic at farleigh dickinson health clinic in new jersey. she has concerns about the recommendation. >> i can see chaos from birth control pills being over the co
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